Paula's Perfect Peach Cobbler

By: Kirsten Vala

Peach Cobbler topped with whipped cream with a silver spoon in a thin plain white dish

Photo by: Tara Donne ©Food Network

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With just five ingredients (granted, one is a whole stick of butter!), Georgia-native Paula Deen makes a perfect Peach Cobbler, one of the top recipes on FoodNetwork.com.

Cobblers are made in a deep dish and have a thick crust on top, usually biscuit-like dough spooned on top of the fruit filling. But Paula works a little self-rising flour magic with her version. Her thin batter begins its journey in a pool of warm, melted butter at the bottom of the baking dish, then works its way up through peachy goodness as it bakes to form a buttery, moist crust. No wonder this recipe has over 900, 5-star reviews!

Jump into the kitchen with Paula, to see all her can't-miss cobbler-making secrets.

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Paula makes a delicious cobbler from fresh peaches.

If you're craving a crunchy fruit crisp or crumble, tap into the expertise of Barefoot Contessa Ina Garden, with her recipes for Peach and Blueberry Crumble and Peach and Raspberry Crisp.

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